#1
My aunt does her shopping really early, and doesn't give cash, so I've got to think of a pedal to ask for. It's gotta be $80 or less.

For ideas, I've been looking for:

A fuzz
A chorus
An overdrive (after the fuzz)
A wah

Any recommendations on specific pedals?
#4
Fuzz : Electro Harmonix Bass Big Muff
Chorus : Digitech Bass Multi-Chorus
Overdrive : BOSS Guitar Overdrive
Wah : Jim Dunlop Bass Wah Wah White

i recommend fuzz over overdrive, fuzz = bass, overdrive = guitars
thats what i think anywayw
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BOSS: ODB-3
Jim Dunlop: Bass Wah Wah
Electro Harmonix: The Mole
Electro Harmonix: Bass Big Muff
Behringer: Bass Limiter Enchancer


Hartke: Kickback 12
#5
Quote by J.J.Jolly

i recommend fuzz over overdrive, fuzz = bass, overdrive = guitars


You've never used an Ashdown Hyperdrive then.

OD's on bass are mostly used to add growl and bite to the bass tone, they are really used on full.
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#6
Best two chorus imo, or the boss chorus ensemble ce5 and EBS unichorus.

Fuzz's are really out of this world, theres so many millions of them, go out and try a few.

Overdrive, ashdown drive + ebs Valve drive. fulltone bass driver, Sansamp VT

Wah, i prefer envelope filters myself. Dod fx25B or Q-tron myself.
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#7
Quote by J.J.Jolly
Fuzz : Electro Harmonix Bass Big Muff
Chorus : Digitech Bass Multi-Chorus
Overdrive : BOSS Guitar Overdrive
Wah : Jim Dunlop Bass Wah Wah White

i recommend fuzz over overdrive, fuzz = bass, overdrive = guitars
thats what i think anywayw

The overdrive is for solos.
#8
I would have thought the fuzz was for solo's and i wouldnt get all excited about solo's, its not your place.
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#9
Quote by Alex Vik
The overdrive is for solos.

Or for having a sweet overdriven tone.

Yeah...

But whoever mentioned the Lomenzo Hyperdrive has a good idea. Looks like it's a bit out of your price range, but well worth it.
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#11
What about an MXR Blowtorch? It's a good mix of a couple of pedals and you'll probably be happier than having something like a Big mufff. I love mine ^^
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#12
Quote by Rywad
What about an MXR Blowtorch? It's a good mix of a couple of pedals and you'll probably be happier than having something like a Big mufff. I love mine ^^


I think the Blowtorch is above his budget (I'm not sure of the USA prices for Blowtorches), I'm not an overly big fan of there sound, but the TS might, so I'd say try one out if you can.
#13
Quote by InvaderTSN
Bass Big Muff Pi is pretty cool. Don't know about versatility, though, since I just put all the settings on full whenever I play stoner doom.

personally played with this pedal and its hella awesome still need to buy my own.Also on the OD im sure you can get a BOSS OD specifically for the bass seen it but i dunno if its any good.
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Amp:Ampeg PF500 w PF210 cab
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#14
zvex woolly mammoth.......or at least the 50 bucks of parts so you can build one yourself since its 360 bucks. The schematic is really simple.
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